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Parting can be difficult, no more than with losing friends or loved ones. It can be so difficult to put into words that feel as if they can provide comfort. As children, we learn how to part with … more
My usual shortcut to Walmart was cut off by the construction on Banning Street. I'm not bothered by it, though. Mom told me, "When you see orange cones or construction, praise God for … more
When I was a boy Springfield city buses stopped at Grandpa Daly’s front porch.I don’t know if it was an official stop or just a shady place where riders could wait for a ride downtown, but all … more
Over the last 14 days, we have spent nine of them camping. Two years ago we bought a camper. It’s been one of my dreams to be a camping family — to roll out every other weekend with our home … more
Sometimes this column gets wiped out once or twice before the final product.Fourth of July? Some of the great sports moments in history on the day are fun to look back on, so I began. Without … more
If there is a Fourth of July parade to be had, Marshfieldians are going to turn out for it. This year marked the 141st time that proved to be true. It was an interesting event to witness as I … more
Reviewing my ancestral heritage this Independence Day I have weighed the Loyalists against the Colonial Patriots and found those true to the King of England wanting.I might be unhappy with the … more
California is not known for its friendliness to agriculture. Time and again the state issues new laws, court rulings and jury verdicts that seem intent on decimating the very industry that feeds its … more
As a member of the Missouri Legislature, I normally focus my attention on matters before our state’s General Assembly, but I’m also a citizen and try to stay informed about legislation being … more
Draft lotteries. They’re so much fun. Honestly, they’re some of my favorite sports-related nights of the year, just below the drafts themselves. Lottery conspiracies are just as entertaining. In … more
We're about to celebrate our country's freedom and independence on Saturday. Maybe it looks a little different this year, but we still have a reason to celebrate. Last Thursday, I interviewed … more
Three or so weeks ago I made the decision to quit my part-time job and go full time with my business. For the last three-and-a-half years I've worked part time for the Marshfield Area Community … more
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